|Iris Gallion (#46930609)|
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|My Father's side: My Ford and Gallion family were all in Marshfield,Webster,Mo by 1854 (Shooks Harmons, and Ford before then) |
Simion Ford -Laban Ford - Elijah Thomas Ford -
Leander Moholland Ford plus Frances Rebecca "Frannie" Harmon, dtr of Jones Harmon & lurena Shook.
William -Jacob Gallion - Stephen Gallion can not find his parents or siblings.
Mother's side: Lovstad,Johnsen, from Denmark. Clark, Thomspon from Indiana, moved to Grundy County, Missouri in 1850's, then to Marshshall County, Kansas in early 1900's.
Walnut Hill Cemetery
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|Charlotte Ann Price||RE: Stephen A Gallion|
WHAT is the fidagrave mem number?
I do not have the spelling the same in my tree of I have not placed the family in my tree as yet.
The Memorial Number will be a great help.
Charlotte Ann Price
|Pamela M. Steele||RE: james Casteel|
Which James Casteel and what state ? There are many James' and Elizabeth's......
|47650891||RE: Pictures of Fords|
Iris...you and I have connected via snail mail and email many times in the past. I originally shared the Ford info I collected through the years with you back in the mid 1990s. I am John H. Ford' greatgrandson who lives in Kentucky. You have my email address already and know me on ancestry.com.
Added by 47650891 on Mar 19, 2015 2:15 PM
|Mac Rodgers||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 75838170|
Iris, Very sorry if I have not replied, and don'e believe I did. I don't check this area of Find A Grave too often.
Please go to this side. I am related to all the Rodgers/Rogers listed. Our D goes in and out over history.
"This site has some info on the McElwain:
BY MRS. ROBERT M'ELWAIN, NEW 87, WIFE OF CAPTAIN ROBERT M'ELWAIN.
Captain ROBERT McELWAINE emigrated from Kentucky to Fayette in 1810, and settled on Indian creek, a noted place for Indians and game. His family consisted of his wife and three children - Jane, John C., and William. Jane is dead; William followed the occupation of a merchant and farmer. After arriving in Fayette, Mrs. McElwain had seven children - Ozee, wife of Ira Yeoman; Robert T. was a tanner; he died in 1848, and left a wife and three children in Missouri; Nancy Stukey wife of Simon Stukey; they had nine children - five boys; Robert N., Jacob, Samuel, William M., and John are all farmers and stock dealers; Magie, Mary, Ozee, and Axy are all single; Samuel McElwain died on the route to California; Thomas N. McElwain is a farmer and stock dealer, and occupies the old homestead; his family, John H., Ozee and Jane are dead; Annie; Samuel N., is a farmer; William R. and Lewis A.; Eliza is a wife of Anderson Rowe; William R. and Lewis A.; Eliza is the wife of Anderson Rowe - she is dead, but left one child, William T. Rowe; Minerva is also dead; Jane had one son - Robert; John and nine children: William R., Robert, John T., Maria J., Emily, Usebie, Minerva, Samuel, and Alfred J. The following are William's children: Mary J., Nancy, John N., Thomas B., Eliza, Henrieta, Eva, Robert T., and Willie. John N. is a clerk in the Treasurer's Office at Washington city; Thomas B. is an attorney at Washington C. H. Robert's children are as follows: Susan J., John W., and Esther T. John W., farmer; served in the late war; Susan, teacher. Capt. Robert McElwain served as captain of a rifle company during the war of 1812; while in the service he was elected a justice, and served nine years. He also, during his life, held several important civil offices. He was a man of influence; a useful citizen; kind and benevolent to the poor; his latch string at all times hung out. He died in the 48th year, respected and lamented by relatives and friends. William McElwain was in the revolutionary war.
BENJAMIN ROGERS was emigrated from Virginia to Fayette in 1807, and settled on Indian creek, in the forest. His neighbors were Indians and beasts of prey. He was in the war of 1812. His children are scattered; Jackson, Hamilton, and William live in Wayne Township, and are farmers. Mrs. Benjamin Rogers died in 1871, in her 91st year."
|Cathy & Thomas||Marie Boone|
I have no information other than what you see on the memorial.
|Frank Leek||Pilot Frank Gallion.|
Thank you for your information about (your family) Lt. Frank D. Gallion.
I must have also somewhere some newspaper article about his recovery here in Holland, I thoughr somewhere in the '90's.
I have seen it in the distance from the dijk, and some year later I have seen it's plane on a temponery exposition about the airwar here over Holland and the Ijsselmeer.
I know he was brought home afther it's recovery, but did not exactly where he was buried for his final resting place.
Thank you again, and have a great weekend,
|Rhonda D.||RE: Sarah Ward|
There aren't any persons that do it for no charge that I know of. There are a couple of people that do repairs and make new stones for a fee. There is one in Bloomington and there is another fellow by the name of Casey Winingham. If you are a facebook member just type in his name, he has a facebook page that shows his work.
|AndyMyers||RE: Bernadine Gallion Tracy|
I added her parents and husband. I am unable to add her siblings because I didn't create their memorial.
|Betty Rose M.||RE: UncleJack|
You are very welcome.
|Charlotte Ann Price||Stephen A Gallion|
Name: Stephen A Gallion
Event Type: Pension
Event Date: 1887
Event Place: Missouri, United States
Beneficiary's Name: Susan C Gallion (his Moother)
Affiliate Publication Title: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 , Affiliate Publication Number: T288 , GS Film number: 540923 , Digital Folder Number: 005080256 , Image Number: 0127
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